Student Association

February 18, 2018 - 3:29pm
The concert was part of ‘Cuse for Good: Social Justice, an event that aimed to bring social justice discussions to campus.

At 23 years old, Joey Bada$$ performed Saturday night at Syracuse University with a swagger and skills beyond his years. From the moment he stepped on stage he created an energy with the crowd in Goldstein Auditorium that lasted throughout the entire performance.

December 15, 2014 - 2:01pm
After Congress broke the record with over 100 female representatives, women state that there is still much needed improvement.

After a record number of women were voted into Congress this year, publications and news stations were quick to note the historic moment.

Women Make History in Midterm Elections - SheWired

100 Women in Congress? So What - Politico 

April 11, 2014 - 10:22pm
Syracuse University officially installed its 12th president in a day full of activities and orange spirit.

Syracuse University officially gained a new leader earlier today when Dr. Kent Syverud was inaugurated as the university’s 12th Chancellor.

The day was jam-packed with activities, beginning with a 1.2-mile run around campus. 500 students, faculty and staff joined Syverud in his morning run. The festivities included an academic symposium, the Fast Forward competition showcase and a campus celebration.

"Great Universities in the Next 25 Years"

March 7, 2014 - 1:50am
Student Association implemented an old funding rule that forbids two or more clubs to apply for funding for the same event.

Some student organizations are upset the Student Association’s finance board has decided to enforce an old policy that prevents them from collaborating financially to bring speakers, entertainers and artists to campus for events.

The decision jeopardizes events already in the planning stages.

November 15, 2013 - 2:25pm
Gresely's major focus on the Student Association as a whole led him to become the first SA president elected to serve three consecutive terms.

Syracuse University and ESF students were provided with a tough choice this fall, and with three excellent candidates for president of the Student Association, the race was close. Duane Ford's platform focused on tuition, academic advising and diversity; Boris Gresely focused on reforming SA, reconnecting with students and redirecting SA’s focus; and lastly, Ivan Rosales directed his platform toward diversity, student engagement and academic excellence.

November 16, 2012 - 12:50am
Curtis becomes the first female SA president since the 52nd session.

Allie CurtisWith almost 30 percent of the vote, Allie Curtis was declared the Syracuse University Student Association president of the 57th session.

“I am so honored to have been elected to serve as SA president. This has been a dream of mine since I came to Syracuse and recognized my love of this university and my power to incite change,” said Curtis in a press release.

November 11, 2012 - 8:41pm
Students can cast their ballot for SA president, comptroller until Nov. 15. Before voting, take a look at who's running for president.

Syracuse University students will choose the next Student Association president and comptroller this week. Four candidates—Allie Curtis, PJ Alampi, Kyle Coleman and Iggy Nava—are running for president.

Before you cast your vote, here’s some information on the presidential candidates:

December 14, 2011 - 3:05pm
Student participation in SA elections tops record high; voters pick Dylan Lustig for president.

This year, student participation broke the record with 26.1 percent of the students voting in the Student Association (SA) elections. Before this year, the highest percentage of participation had been in 2008 with 23.6 percent.

November 18, 2011 - 1:28am
Lustig beat out opponent Taylor Carr in the most popular SA election since voting started on MySlice.

With more than twice as many votes as his opponent, Dylan Lustig was voted Syracuse University's Student Association president for the 56th Session.

November 14, 2011 - 2:31pm
Candidates for several SA positions discuss their positions on community service, personal leadership skills and the university's national rankings at this year's debate.

Showing divides on ways to tackle community service, Syracuse University’s falling rankings and leadership capabilities, Student Association presidential hopefuls Dylan Lustig and Taylor Carr debated at Grant Auditorium Sunday evening in front of an audience of more than 40 people.

The debate acted as a prelude to the SA elections. Students can vote for Lustig or Carr, as well as the unopposed comptroller candidate and home college representatives. Voting is done through MySlice and starts Nov. 14 and continues until Nov. 17 at midnight.